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Dizziness, missed period. Pregnancy ?

I started feeling very dizzy ever so often. My period was due Thursday March 8and it didnt arrive. The day after i took a pregnancy test(used first morning urine ) and it was negative.Is there any thing wrong with my body Could the home pregnancy test be wrong and i can still be pregnant? or is this all in my mind from worrying about being pregnant? Any answers are greatly appreciated
Asked On : Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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Thanks for writing in.
I would suggest that you repeat your urine pregnancy test as it needs to be done 1 week after you miss your period. Please use the first morning sample for the same.
Sometimes, periods do get preponed or postponed by about 1 week. This can occur due to anovulation, stress etc. However, if you are not pregnant and this occurs again, please see a gynaecologist for a proper evaluation.
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Answered: Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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